It's 2022, and every child starting school in Victoria has just been given a 'Prep bag' including a literacy and numeracy brochure advising parents to help children work out difficult words by saying, “Look at the pic...
More than 400 kilometres above a school in Western Sydney, a space lab for scientific inquiry awaits students.
The ACT Government will spend $1 million on a program designed to boost women’s participation in the construction industry.
Halfway through 2016, Greg Clement knew he needed a change.
Adam Robbins believes that getting middle leadership right is now the answer to spearheading lasting whole-school improvement.
Too many bad ideas, sub-standard initial teacher education (ITE) training and learning activities that lack any clear purpose are fuelling the issues that plague maths education, two prominent Australian educators have suggested.
A blossoming PD network is fortifying across the ACT and leading the charge for a writing revolution in schools throughout the state and beyond.
The 2022 election campaign has not exactly been a policy fest. And one critical area we have heard very little about is schools.
Australia has a somewhat patchy history of social justice, from enabling the vote for some women in 1902 but waiting another 60 years before the 1967 referendum to allow Aboriginal people to vote.
Whether it’s a lesson on artificial intelligence or quantum computing, St John’s Anglican College is constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation – and it’s partly thanks to the pioneering minds of teacher Sharon Singh and her colleagues.
If your primary school worked on a cross-curricula problem-based STEM unit to create a frog bog habitat on school grounds in mid-2019 and you’ve yet to see or hear a frog in it, would you still consider it a success?